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According to the 2020 U.S. Houzz & Home study, bathrooms were the 2nd most popular rooms for renovations among homeowners. As you’re spending more and more time at home these days, you may be considering a bathroom update as well. Whether your guest bathroom, master bathroom or both could use some refreshing, our durable and waterproof luxury vinyl offers plenty of versatility!
We recently introduced 17 stone looks to our interlocking Korlok Select floating floor range. Like all Karndean Designfloors, these stones are waterproof, durable, kid and pet friendly, come with a lifetime residential warranty and feature original Karndean visuals! These visuals were developed from antique French cotta, Calacatta marble, slate, limestone and include Moorish stenciled tiles.
The current pandemic has put a spotlight on the type of materials we bring into our homes. Ease of maintenance, the ability to harbor dirt and bacteria, and the overall environmental footprint are among the top concerns of homeowners in today’s climate.
One of the best features of Karndean Designflooring luxury vinyl is its versatility, meaning if you can think of a unique layout or pattern there is a way to achieve it! You may be hesitant to use a patterned floor, but your floor is simply another surface to express your personality or style – like a kitchen backsplash or statement wallpaper. In the same way that you use these accents purposefully, the same rings true with patterned flooring.
Lighting plays a huge role in how your flooring and other furnishings will look in your home. Just like color or paint, lighting impacts the overall feeling and mood of the space. Improper lighting can cause glare, eye strain and even headaches.
If you consider yourself to be a minimalist when it comes to your home decor, a growing new trend known as Japandi will likely appeal to you. Asian interior design styles are perhaps most well-known for bringing calm and balance to a space (i.e. feng shui, zen), but another aspect of Japanese style, in particular, is wabi sabi – beauty in imperfection.